Food pantry information:
North Carroll Middle School has a….
Who: Anyone in the North Carroll Middle School region can come to the food pantry, no questions asked, and pick up food they may need to feed their family.
What: Maryland Food Bank will be providing food for our pantry to help us end hunger for our NCM families and community.
Where: The food pantry is located near the gym by parent pick up. There is an entrance leading into the building right next to the food pantry.
When: Our opening date for the 2017/2018 school year is October 19th, and will continue every Thursday from 3:30-4:30 unless schools are closed.
Why: We want to support all families in our community! We know and understand that times can be tough and children have a better opportunity to learn and do well in school if there is food at home.
Questions or Concerns?
Contact: Mary Dee Oxen, School Counselor
410-751-3440 or email@example.com
or Ralph Billings, Principal
Pantry is located in room by the parent pick up entrance in front of building next to gym.
2401 Hanover Pike
Hampstead, MD 20174
Every Thursday 3:30-4:30 unless schools are closed.
Food is Free to anyone in need!
Above is a link to Manchester Valley High School’s Counseling website. This site provides information regarding announcements, course selections for each grade, and contact information.
Above is a link to the Carroll County Career and Technology Center which prepares students for entry into the work world and also assists with continuing education after high school. This is a great source of information for students regarding how the Career and Technology Center may be a useful placement for them in the near future.
Above is a link to the People to People Ambassador Program. This program is for students who possess leadership skills and are strong academic achievers. Students must be nominated for this program, so parents who wish to get their child involved should contact their child’s assigned school counselor.
Above is a link to the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth. This program provides services for students with very high academic capabilities. Visit this site if you think your child would benefit from programs that will foster their high academic abilities.
Above is a link to the Get Connected Family Resource Center in Carroll County. This center focuses on families needs by connecting them with local services. This is a great source for any family in need of help when dealing with behavioral issues, learning difficulties, developmental disabilities, mental health issues, and much more.
Above is a link to the College Board website that provides information regarding college searches, prepping for the SATs, and finding scholarships/financial aid for students.
Students will need to complete a total of 75 service-learning hours to graduate from high school. Students may begin to earn service hours the summer after their fifth grade year.
All service-learning hours must be accompanied by a Reflection Form. Ms. Doolan and the main office have copies of the Reflection Forms for students to complete. Once the Reflection Forms are completed, students are to turn them in to either Ms. Snyder or the main office.
Ms. Snyder contact information is 410-751-3440 or email her at
Places to Earn Service –Learning Hours
The ARC of Carroll County
Bear Branch Nature Center
Brethren Service Center
Carroll County Equestrian Council
Carroll County Farm Museum
Carroll County Food Sunday
Carroll County Health Department
Carroll County Public Library
Carroll Lutheran Village
Longview Nursing Home
MD Society for Sight
Piney Run Nature Center
Piney Run Park
Therapeutic Rec. Council
Westminster Fall fest
Westminster Nursing Home